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Q. A conducting loop (as shown) has total resistance R. A uniform magnetic field $B = gamma$ t is applied perpendicular to plane of the loop where $gamma$ is a constant and t is time. The induced current flowing through loop is

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A conducting loop (as shown) has total resistance R. A uniform magnetic field $B = gamma$ t is applied perpendicular to plane of the loop where $gamma$ is a constant and t is time. The induced current flowing through loop is

Solution:

Given,

uniform magnetic field $(B)=gamma ,t$

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Total flux, $phi = B _{1} ,A _{1}+ B _{2} ,A _{2} $

$=B b^{2} ,cos 0^{circ}+B a^{2} ,cos, 180^{circ}$

$=B b^{2}-B a^{2} $

$ phi =Bleft(b^{2}-a^{2}right)$

$ phi =gamma tleft(b^{2}-a^{2}right),,,,,dots(i)$

We know that,

induced current (i) $=frac{|e|}{R}=frac{left|frac{d phi}{d t}right|}{R}$

From Eq. (i),

$i=frac{frac{d}{d t}left[gamma tleft(b^{2}-a^{2}right)right]}{R}$

$i=frac{left(b^{2}-a^{2}right) gamma}{R}$

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